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Eurovision Young Musicians 2006

Template:Infobox ABU Radio The 13th Eurovision Young Musicians final was held at the Rathausplatz in Vienna, Austria on 12 May 2006.

There were eighteen participants in total, and seven of these were selected to perform in the televised final. The finalists were accompanied by the Vienna Symphony Orchestra under the leadership of Christian Arming.

Winners and remaining finalists

Pos Country Performer Instrument
1 Sweden Andreas Brantelid Cello
2 Norway Tine Thing Helseth Trumpet
3 Russia Dmitry Mayboroda Piano
- Romania Alina Elena Bercu Piano
- Austria Daniela Koch Flute
- Switzerland Simone Sommerhalder Oboe
- United Kingdom Jennifer Pike Violin
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